October 18, 2017
When beginning the process of designing and building a new home, many homeowners know exactly what they want. Debbie Seelye is no exception, but when designing and building her gorgeous 5,200-square-foot log home near Kalamazoo, Michigan, she also knew what she did not want.
During many summers, Seelye and her family vacationed in the Lake Tahoe area, and it was there that she first became enamored with mountainside log cabins – and began thinking about the possibility of one day having her own log home. When Seelye did decide to build her home, rather than recreate the Western, mountain aesthetic of the cabins that had enchanted her in Lake Tahoe, Seelye instead wanted to create a home that is distinctly Michigan and distinctly “her.” Read more
October 4, 2017
Where there once stood a 50-year-old 800-square-foot home in a five-acre clearing in some of the most beautiful countryside in rural Indiana, there now stands a 5,000-square-foot, magnificent modern log home. Although the two homes that have occupied this land are dramatically different, the tastes and preferences of the homeowners – and their family – have not changed. Instead, they have grown, and with them, their space and environment have grown and evolved as well.
September 27, 2017
Arenas, Arabians, bridles, breeders, stalls and stallions – terminology of the horse world. Fredrick Remington, Far Niente, Rolex, Ralph Lauren, Weatherbys and White Cedar…Town + Country White Cedar – Terminology of the equestrian world. It’s about the whole package, the life … the style. Read more
September 20, 2017
In Northern Michigan the transition from summer to fall begins to whisper with the changing, rustling leaves and cool breezes. What you’ll also find in places like Northern Michigan is that log cabins are not a thing of the past. Modern amenities reside comfortably alongside a rustic ascetic.
Did you get anywhere close to the dream? THAT is the understatement of the year! You blew us away with what you drew up in such a short time!~ Bill N. and Margaret B.